Learning to break kayfabe
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Re: EWR/TEW Discussion Thread
Just held my Slammiversary PPV, and here are the results…
1) Doug Williams defeated Kazarian in 15:59 by pinfall when Trish Stratus interfered. Doug Williams makes defence number 2 of his TNA X-Division title. = B+
2) Michelle McCool defeated Serena in 8:51 by pinfall with a Faith Breaker. Michelle McCool makes defence number 2 of her TNA Knockout's title. = C+
3) Motor City Machine Guns defeated Generation Me, London and Kendrick and Lethal Consequences in 24:56; Consequences Creed was eliminated first, then Jay Lethal, then Max Buck, then Jeremy Buck, then Paul London, then Alex Shelley, and finally Brian Kendrick. = B+
4) The Beautiful People defeated Wilde and Sarita in 5:32 when Velvet Sky defeated Sarita by pinfall with a Beauty Mark. The Beautiful People make defence number 2 of their TNA Knockout Tag Team titles. = C+
5) Kaval defeated Eric Young in 11:39 by pinfall with a Warrior's Way. Kaval wins the TNA Global title. = B
6) Beer Money, Inc. defeated Giant Bernard and Tomko in 8:55 when James Storm defeated Giant Bernard by pinfall with a Last Call. = B
7) Rob Van Dam defeated D'Angelo Dinero in 20:53 by pinfall with a Five-Star Frog Splash. = A
8) Abyss defeated Jeff Hardy in 13:40 by pinfall with a handful of tights. = A
9) Team 3D defeated Matt Morgan and Hernandez in 14:58 when Brother Ray defeated Matt Morgan by pinfall with a Brother Cutter. Team 3D make defence number 1 of their TNA World Tag Team titles. = B+
10) Kurt Angle defeated Mr. Anderson in 25:01 when Mr. Anderson could not beat a ten count (Last Man Standing match). = A
11) Samoa Joe defeated Daniels, Desmond Wolfe, Sting and AJ Styles in 20:32 when Samoa Joe retrieved the item. Samoa Joe wins the TNA World Heavyweight title. = A
*Sting turned on Styles, costing him the match and his 10 month reign of with the belt
Overall the show got an A, which is fine by me. Again, kind of disappointed nothing got an A*, but I’m still fine with what I got. I made sure to put in plenty of segments in this PPV, so I wouldn’t disappoint. The Styles/Sting feud is a big one I’ve been looking forward too, and will ultimately result in Sting’s retirement at Bound for Glory in the rubber match (and this time it’ll be for real).
The event also got 269,566 buys, which is my second largest number (Genesis being the highest) to date. That's probably due to me getting a television deal in the U.S. though. Still, things are looking up.
Last edited by ruckfules17; 08-02-2010 at 04:25 AM.